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1How Much Is A Whitening Tray?
How much do whitening trays cost? Generally, they cost between $150 and $600, depending on the dental healthcare services. Whitening trays can be custom fitted by your dental practitioner or purchased over the counter.
2Can I Make My Own Teeth Whitening Trays?
There are two customizable DIY teeth whitening trays that you can quickly and easily mold to your teeth. If you have braces, no worries. You can mold the trays to your braces and remold them when your teeth and braces move so you’ll always have a snug fit. The kit also comes with both teeth whitening gel and foam.
3Can You Do Professional Teeth Whitening At Home?
At-home whitening treatment from Metro East Dental Care works faster than OTC treatments you can purchase from a pharmacy or at the grocery store, and can help get you a brighter and whiter smile. So you guessed it, the answer is yes, you can indeed get professional teeth whitening at home.
4How Often Can You Get In-Chair Teeth Whitening??
For optimum long-term results, you should be ‘topping up’ your professional whitening every 6 to 12 months. That means in-chair-patients who wish to maintain their dazzling smile should be making an annual trip to the dentist and undergo the hour-long whitening treatment.
5How Can I Make Teeth Whitening Gel At Home?
Combine about two tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide with one tablespoon of baking soda. Stir it into a paste and start brushing. Let the paste stand about a minute and then rinse.
6Do You Need Custom Trays For Teeth Whitening?
Plastic trays are created on the modeled teeth so that a custom fit can be ensured. On the other hand, over-the-counter trays tend to be one-size-fits-all. This can cause bleaching material to seep out of the trays onto the gums, and certain materials can turn the gums white or even cause burns.
7How Are Teeth Trays Made?
1) Custom trays.
Here’s how they’re made: An upper and lower impression is taken of the patient’s teeth and surrounding gum tissue. A dental technician then uses the impressions to make plaster models of the patient’s mouth. The trays are then vacuum-molded directly on these models, thus ensuring a custom fit.